Summary: Is having a quality inspector warn you about write ups bad? Are cameras in trucks a normal thing? Also are sets up a thing in ups?? H there! I don't want to seem paranoid or like I'm overthinking things but ever since this FT Supervisor has started hanging around our area I feel like he's kind of had it out for me although I noticed he's pretty cold to everyone so maybe that's just how he is. I had a misload mishap happen twice awhile ago and ever since then he'll always put tricky SALTs along with my other supervisor's SALTs (ex: I've had like three put in at the same time, not spread out which seemed like overkill to me) I took everyone's advice on that and go at a much slower pace. I haven't had any misloads besides that one tricky SALT he put in but even after that my own supervisor agreed it was too much and to watch out for him. I haven't had any issues so far in that department since I have my eyes peeled but I do feel really intimidated with him around. Today they ended up moving me around a lot and then made me go to this one trailor which I've helped with in the past but I noticed there was a new camera (on top of the light) aimed to look inside the truck. I wanna say about an hour in, this guy I wasn't familiar with told me he was a Quality Inspector but originally he introduced himself with the title Security (?) which freaked me out (lol) and basically asked for my name, if I load this truck often (not really) after I explained how they usually move me around a lot he told me that he was here because that truck has been receiving a lot of poor quality checks or something and that I should watch out for damaged boxes that come in or I can be written up. He made it seem like he was just going around telling everyone so I didn't think much about it until I talked to a buddy who actually loads that truck regularly and he said no one has said anything to him about that which is why I'm a bit concerned. I wish there was a dumbed down union contract I could read but I'm going to be trying my best to study up on that since I don't want any shenanigans ensuing. A supervisor confessed that one time a couple of them had set up for another supervisor to be fired since apparently he was really bad at his job so they purposely made him go fix a jam because they knew he would fix it in an unsafe fashion and so someone prepared to take a picture of him in the act. It worked and I guess he would have had to been a really bad supervisor to have so many people orchestrate that kind of plan together but geez that seems really cut throat to me. I've heard of a bunch of love affairs and fightd that go on here too, I didn't realize UPS had so much drama! Anyway, sorry for going off topic! If anyone has any tips or insight on this kind of thing I'd really appreciate hearing it! Thank you for taking the time to read!